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Recent Buffalo Grove property transfers, July 10
Trial to begin Monday in alleged DUI crash that killed newlywed
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CLC presents Mel Brooks’ new musical, ‘Young Frankenstein’
Editorial: Time for Lake County’s Winchester House reaches an end
Stevenson youth baseball tryouts
Bill Kurtis hosts a little barbecue on the prairie
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Options for bridge fixes mean big changes, cost
Buffalo Grove officials to remove some traffic restrictions on Lake Cook Road
Early fundraising results show Schneider slightly ahead of Dold
Illinois Holocaust Museum spotlight: Visitor services volunteer Florine Marks
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New criminal courts tower coming in $16M over $100M budget
Special Olympics spotlight: Christian Torres
J.K. Rowling releases a new Harry Potter short story
Kildeer police chief to raise funds for Special Olympics with Cars & Cigars
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IHSA member schools respond to report on IHSA State Series hosting
Police Blotter: Man banned from theater after allegedly sneaking in a beverage
Long Grove Café is dream come true for owner
IHSA receives big gains on major events hosted by schools
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Buffalo Grove residents attend the Red, White and Boom festival
Crime Stoppers seeks woman, 25, wanted for forgery
Lake County Animal Control relocates to $3.5 million Libertyville facility
Lake County’s warrant backlog hits lowest level since 2005
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Lake County’s pictures from the Fourth of July
Moran: Development keeps churning farm towns into suburbs
Options for bridge fixes mean big changes, cost News
Options for bridge fixes mean big changes, cost
The Long Grove Village Board discussed options for what could be done with its trademark structure, the bridge that takes Robert Parker Coffin Road over the Buffalo Creek. A decision is weeks away at the minimum, but each of the choices the trustees will consider has benefits and costs — six figures worth of costs.
July 9 12:38 p.m. |
Lake County Animal Control relocates to $3.5 million Libertyville facility Government
Lake County Animal Control relocates to $3.5 million Libertyville facility
Lake County’s animal control and care facility is moving from an old building in Mundelein to a newly built complex in Libertyville. Animal control does vaccinations, provides public awareness, houses abandoned animals and investigates animal cruelty complaints. All phone numbers to the department will remain the same. The new 10,000-square-foot building is located at 18736 W. Peterson Road, which is just east of Route 45. Department spokeswoman Carolyn Waller said the one-story facility cost $3.5 million.
July 7 2:06 p.m. |

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